The Eagles have delisted young defenders Blayne Wilson and Adam Carter ahead of next month’s AFL draft.
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West Coast have delisted young defenders Blayne Wilson and Adam Carter ahead of next month’s AFL draft.
The Eagles have now delisted four players, having already confirmed Ashley Smith and Jacob Brennan would not be offered new contracts.
Wilson was recruited by the Eagles in the 2011 pre-season draft and played nine games since his debut in 2013, while Carter was taken at selection no.59 in the 2012 draft and played seven games for the senior side.
Both players represented East Perth in the WAFL grand final against Subiaco.
Eagles football manager Craig Vozzo thanked both players for their contribution to the club.
“Both Blayne and Adam are fine young men and have been valued members of our squad over the past few years,” Vozzo said.
“We thank them for their efforts and wish them every success in the future.”